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Kimock knows how to pick his friends and for his return to StageOne he brings a steady band, including Bernie Worrell (founding member of Parliament Funkadelic, Talking Heads), Wally Ingram (Sheryl Crow, David Lindley) and bassist Andy Hess.
Pushing the boundaries of rock & roll, R&B, gospel and soul into a smooth, almost otherworldly territory, this show will be a powerful extension of Kimock's musical vision. For nearly 40 years he has earned a reputation as a guitarist with an enlightened approach to melodic improvisation and a relentless pursuit of the art of the guitar. Get ready for an experience with the man coined "The Guitar Monk" by Relix magazine.
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"Steve Kimock has been nothing but a pure gem to the jamband world since he first burst on the scene in the 1970's. However, it wasnt until the 80's and 90's when he started to gain a deeper notoriety by playing with the likes of Zero. By the turn of the millennium fans of improvisational music most certainly knew about Kimock, the guitar virtuoso extraordinaire, who by that time had also played with several members of the Grateful Dead along with their various side projects such as Bob Weir's Kingfish, the beginning of the Phil Lesh & Friends projects, and The Other Ones.
But for many it was his projects that fell under the title of the Steve Kimock Band, and especially KVHW, which sealed his legendary status as a guitarist so tight and nibble he could play just about anything and make it sound like the most beautiful collection of sounds you've ever heard. Kimock has played with an amazing amount of talented musicians over the years, in various supergroup type projects coast-to-coast, and his current band is nothing but a continuation of this growing legacy." - Jambase